Question No display

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Ok , so my cousin got a raspberry pi that has Emulators on it where he can play old games on, But he ran into a problem where now There is no display when He plugs it in.

I have no idea how to fix Raspberrys never worked with them before.

Please leave a reply on what I should do I can pic of it looks like if u need to see it. All I know is that its in a nespi case
 
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Start with getting a new microSD card, with newly created Noobs image. Please list RPi model, and how it's connected.
I have no idea on what to do , I never used anything like this.

here are some photos hopefully this help



Photo Links
(https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/563888742742622209/615021083074101268/image4.jpg)
(https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/563888742742622209/615021083568898070/image1.jpg)
(https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/563888742742622209/615021084194111489/image3.jpg)
(https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/563888742742622209/615021085309665310/image0.jpg)



What is a noob image?
can I use a usb instead of a microSD?
He uses a Android cord to turn it on It plugs into the wall to the raspberry
 
Carefully disconnect and remove RPi from that enclosure. Get a USB keyboard, mouse, good USB charger, HDMI cable, 8GB microSD card (yes, you need it). Connect RPi directly to a HDMI monitor / TV.
 
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Carefully disconnect and remove RPi from that enclosure. Get a USB keyboard, mouse, good USB charger, HDMI cable, 8GB microSD card (yes, you need it). Connect RPi directly to a HDMI monitor / TV.
I dont have a micro sd card , i thought there would be on in it. Where do I go to buy one?

And do you want me to take the whole raspberry out of the case?
 
You don't want to damage the D card already there. You get these from places which sell electronic stuff - Amazon, Newegg, BestBuy.

If you ultimately want to use the card already there - make sure you first make a backup of it. Win32 Disk Imager is one of best utilities to read and write SD cards.
 
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You don't want to damage the D card already there. You get these from places which sell electronic stuff - Amazon, Newegg, BestBuy.

If you ultimately want to use the card already there - make sure you first make a backup of it. Win32 Disk Imager is one of best utilities to read and write SD cards.
so there is a card in it? I checked for a sd card in it and found nothing
 
Did you take the RPi out of the box?
On your first photo - The SD card is on the bottom of the board, on the left under that connector.

To rule out any defects on the attached parts - take out the RPi, and see whether it works by itself.
 
For Pete' sake, read some documentation about the Raspberry if you want to troubleshoot it!!!

Your picture shows the empty encloures, the SD card is on the RPi board itself. It is spring-loaded, you should be able to locate it. There's even a slot on the enclosure for it!
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQdCoA5T8Tk


But - looking at your abilities, you'd better find out someone who really knows what he/she is doing!!!
 

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